CfP: Conference on Recent Advances in Mechanical Engineering at DTU [Sept 18-19]: Submit by Apr 30
Delhi Technological University (DTU) is organizing an International Conference on Recent Advances in Mechanical Engineering from September 18 to 19, 2020.
The main objective of the international conference is to provide an opportunity for leading academicians, engineers, scientists, researchers, industrial professionals and students from around the world to network and have scientific discussions on the latest developments in the fields of Mechanical engineering.
It shall provide a platform for communication among them on a wide variety of scientific areas with a common interest in nurturing the recent advances in Mechanical Engineering. The conference is expected to have the participation of about 150 papers from 500 authors and about 600 delegates are expected to attend the conference.
The main topics of the conference have been classified into the following four categories:
- Thermal Engineering
- Energy Science and Engineering
- Product Design and Development
- Industrial and Production Engineering
In addition to the above, any other topic relevant to the theme of the conference shall be welcomed. here shall be a special session for the undergraduate students also, which shall offer an opportunity to the budding engineers/innovators to showcase their talent.
Call for Papers
All Submissions will be reviewed and evaluated based on originality, technical research, and relevance to conference contributions. RAME-2020 International Conference proceedings will be published with Springer Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering (Scopus Indexed) and certificates will be distributed to the conference participants & contributors during the conference. Papers must be submitted strictly in the RAME-2020 template.
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- Submission deadline for Full-Length Papers: April 30, 2020
- Acceptance notification: May 15, 2020
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